Recorded April 23, 2015
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The increasing demands of social compliance and regulatory requirements are forcing the industry to rethink our approach to textile research and development.It’s a brave new world out there, with increasing complexity above and beyond the typical variables found within our supply chains. Product development processes must become pro-active by incorporating people and processes from the seemingly far-off worlds of legal, social compliance, chemical management and global regulations. Join this webinar to learn how to rethink your approach to developing textiles. Explore specific examples of process optimization and work stream automation that have demonstrated success in forming creative solutions to product innovation within our regulated world.
Joe Walkuski, TEXbase
Joe Walkuski is the Founder and CEO of TEXbase, a provider of collaborative software solutions for the textile, apparel and footwear industries. Joe founded TEXbase in 2002, after first developing the initial technology in 1995 while leading textile research and development at Patagonia, a position that he held for thirteen years. Joe is well known for industry-first textile innovations and supply chain developments including recycled materials and organic cotton. Joe is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, holds a US patent and has won numerous awards for his contributions to the textile and apparel industries.
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